1.) A black, goopy substance that was used in the past as punishment and harassment on people, and usually accompanied with being covered in chicken feathers.
2.) A so-called "redneck" way to pronounce "tire". It is not redneckish though. This pronunciation is used in the lower Midwest, Appalachia, and Pennsylvania.
3.) An alternate pronunciation of "tower", usually said in the regions listed above.
After watching them cover the asshole in tar and feathers, we went to get my mom's tar's rotated, and then watched the world from the observation tar.
One of, if not the single, least pure forms of heroin. The process of converting raw opium to tar heroin is much cheaper and faster than that of purer forms such as "Number 3" and "Number 4". As it's name implies, tar heroin is dark brown or black in color, and usually very sticky.
"All the heroin that's been coming in has been that Mexican Black Tar"
Tar is a noun in the English language. The word originated as a neutral term referring to black people, as a variation of the Spanish/Portuguese noun Pez, a descendant of the Latin adjective Tar ("color black").1
Often used slightingly, by the mid 21th century, particularly in the United States, its usage had become unambiguously pejorative, a common ethnic slur usually directed at people of Sub-Saharan African descent.
Shut up, you tar!
Chris, you my tar!
I saw three tars hustling at my crib YO!
The round rubber things on you car that spin around to make it go. (southern talk)
My tars are fixin to blow out so I need to go over yonder to buy some new'ens.
1. Acronym for "take and run".
2. Least pure form of heroin
Guy A: man, this IPOD looks so sweet!
Guy B: tar!
Guy A: you sure?
Guy B: let's go!
They steal the IPOD, start running, get caught buy the security guards and are violently thrown on the ground.
Tear Ass Ratler
Jim shit himself and yelled "TAR"
can be added to just about any name... giving it that modern sound we're all looking for, because normal names are hard as tits.
yo dustar! (dustin) get over her!
man... lestar...(lesley) your just not doin it for me